Alexius Tschallener lives and works in Switzerland as a composer and producer of music in many genres but with a focus on classical orchestral works and movie scores.
He is a lecturer in music for Film, Theatre and Media at the Zurich University of Arts and he is also in the international jury of the Global Film Music contest Oticon's Faculty.
Alexius grew up in a musical environment and received his musical education in the subjects of piano and church organ. He has taken part in the productions of many international classical artists, including Prof. Francisco Araiza (Mexico City Opera), Noëmi Nadelman (Zurich Opera) and Javier Camarena (Metropolitan Opera, New York).
He is composing for digital and visual media and has garnered placements on many notable networks and shows including NBC, A&E (Criminal Minds, CSI: Miami), National Geographic, MTV, BBC (Top Gear) and many more. He produced many pop/classic crossover projects for Universal Music, Warner Music and Sony Music, among others with James Christian (House of Lords, Florida) and has also made a name as a composer and orchestrator in various projects, most recently on the album Children Beyond with Tina Turner. In 2014 he composed in collaboration with Rasmus Borowski the score of the BBC adventure series Teacup Travels (BBC/Plumfilms). The latest project is the score to the czech spy comedy Life is Life (Život je Život, CZ 2015 - Happy Celluloid / Flamesite).